d1t01 The Cuckoo (U,M)
d1t02 Let the Harvest go to Seed - P. Rowan (U,M)
d1t03 Impressionist Two-Step - Pop Wagner (U,M)
d1t04 The Hag at the Churn (pipe-reel) (U,M)
d1t05 Come all ye Fair & Tender Ladies (M,MAN)
d1t06 + Darlin Cora is Gone (M,MAN)
d1t07 Things I Used to Do - Eddie "Guitar Slim" Jones (L7,M)
d1t08 $^* Ridin with the King - B.B. King (L7,MAN)
d1t09 Home Run Willie - Larry Hosford (L7,M)
d2t01 Chef's Hat - Banana (RH,M)
d2t02 Interlude - Banana (M,B)
d2t03 +^$ It's Up To You - Kimock (L7,MAN)
d2t04 Dawg's Waltz - David Grisman (M,MAN)
d2t05 Goin Down Slow (RH,NT)
d3t01 Haggard / Muskogee story >
d3t02 * Hippie from Olema (L7,M)
d3t03 Hello Central ??
d3t04 * Brother John (Cippolina) (L7,M)
d3t05 Encore: Hold to God's Unchanging Hand (RH,M)
August 17, 2010 Subject:
Surprised it was never mentioned this was a sit-down show at Chesters. They brought in chairs and tables, and if anybody ran their mouth the entire venue would shush them. Very mellow, and somewhat proper compared to the other Kimock madness that's gone down at Chesters place.
this show preceeds the legendery "chesterween" show the following night and is an absolute gas. the two nights were presented as acoustic on the 30th and electric on the 31st. by now most everyone knows about and has heard the halloween show. but if you haven't checked out this acoustic masterpiece, you are really missing a very, very cool show. kimock and banana are very relaxed and loose, as they should be at chester's. this show is an essential companion to the historic halloween show.